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The library has three boxes of disarticulated bones on reserve. Students in Anatomy classes can check out the boxes one at a time for use in the library.
Box 1: Axial Skeleton
- 2 skulls (2 pieces each)
- 2 mandibles
- 2 cervical vertebrae
- 2 thoracic vertebrae
- 2 lumbar vertebrae
- 1 atlas & 1 axis vertebrae (attached)
- 1 sacrum
- 1 coccyx (2 pieces attached)
- 1 hyoid bone
- 6 ribs
- 1 sternum
Box 2: Appendicular Skeleton (Upper limbs and pectoral girdle)
- 2 clavicle
- 2 scapula
- 2 humerus
- 2 radius
- 2 ulna
- 2 hands
Box 3: Appendicular Skeleton (Lower limbs and pelvic girdle)
- 2 coxal bones
- 2 femur
- 2 patella
- 2 tibia
- 2 fibula
- 2 feet
Surgical & Radiologic Anatomy (1997-1 year ago)
Original papers, review articles, articles on the anatomical bases of medical, surgical and radiological techniques, articles of normal radiologic anatomy, brief reviews of anatomical publications of clinical interest.
Ebooks about Anatomy and Physiology
Print Books about Anatomy and Physiology
Call Number: Health Collection - Reference QM 25 .R55 2015
Publication Date: 2015-02-04
Available at Main, Franklin and South. In-library use only.
Credo Reference offers online access to 1,250 reference books covering all major academic disciplines.
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Over 26,000 fiction, reference, scholarly, and professional books online. For tutorials and other help on using EBSCO ebooks on different computers and devices, visit the eBooks on EBSCOhost support page
Ebook Central Academic and Public Library Complete
Scholarly ebook titles supporting student and faculty research, and general nonfiction on topics such as school & studying, career development, arts & leisure, and practical life skills.
Films on Demand: Allied Health Collection
Comprised of 400 titles, this collection is designed to help prepare future allied health professionals for practice across a diverse range of health care settings, whether they are learning how to draw blood, administer medications, or help deliver a baby.
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